KleinBank: Where You're not a number, you're family.


KleinBank’s Buffalo location, 910 Commercial Drive.

Randy Haskins, pictured on the right alongside his customer, Jim Huikko, is a community-focused banker with over 31 years of experience in the financial services industry. Over the years, he has served as a board member and volunteer for numerous organizations. In 2000, Randy received the Melvin Jones Fellow Award for his dedication to the Buffalo Lions Club. In 2006, he received the KleinBank Gene Weber Legacy Award for exemplifying the Bank’s vision, mission, and core values.

The original Buffalo lobby in 1905.

 

 

When C.H. Klein entered banking in 1907, he began a lifetime commitment to grow a strong and stable network of community banks. Over the years, banking has been tested with recessions, a depression, wars…and, most recently, a challenging economy. All were situations that called for financial and personal strength. These strengths guide how KleinBank is run today – with responsible financial decisions that serve KleinBank customers, employees, and the communities we serve.

Randy Haskins, a KleinBank Market President based in Buffalo, said, “As one of the largest family-owned state banks in Minnesota with over 400 employees, 21 branches and $1.6 billion in assets, our customers can expect to receive the executive attention that smaller banks provide, while still getting the financial security, technology and quality products found at corporate banks. Everything we do is a promise of honesty, integrity and an intention to build relationships and maintain trust. It is that very foundation that enabled KleinBank to be nominated and selected as a 2011 recipient of the Minnesota Business Ethics Award (MBEA), and to be nominated and selected as a 2012 recipient of the Minnesota Family Business Awards (MFBA).”

Randy went on to add that, “Everyone at KleinBank makes an effort to be involved in the communities in which they work and live. We all understand that a community with a strong support structure is what helps individuals, families, schools, and local businesses succeed. I believe that the longevity of KleinBank is attributable to the people – customers and bank employees. We’re fortunate to have customers that trust us and are loyal. And, of course, we believe in building relationships and maintaining a strong community, because at KleinBank you’re not a number, you’re family.”

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